Practicing knife skills

Practicing knife skills

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SNAP-Ed

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Who are we?

SNAP-Ed stands for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education. SNAP-Ed is a statewide program that provides nutrition education and obesity prevention workshops to low income individuals and families all throughout the community. We can work with folks ages six and up!

We partner with a regional SNAP-Ed team that offers hands-on workshops to empower participants to shop, cook, and eat healthier, all while staying within their budget. Best of all, our classes are FREE. Classes meet across the community, in: food pantries, senior centers, after school sites or other community locations.

Visit our calendar or call us to find a class near you: 585-343-3040 ext. 122

Common Topics Include:

  • Eating Healthy on a Budget
  • MyPlate and Portion Sizes for a Healthy Lifestyle
  • Food and Knife Safety
  • Meal Planning
  • Physical Activity
  • Fun lessons for kids (including CATCH curriculum)
  • And more!

Want more?

  • ChooseMyPlate.gov to find - Recipes, MyPlate information, food safety, and kids activities
  • FoodHero.org to find - Low cost, healthy and delicious recipes, kids’ activities, a healthy food blog, and a digital cookbook.
  • Move Your Way to find- Fun and safe ways to stay active for all ages

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Email mjk397cornell.edu

Are you an organization interested in supporting nutrition education and healthy choices in your community? Contact Gabrielle Lanich gll45@cornell.edu

Last updated June 30, 2020